Nine to Noon for 1 May 2008

9:05 Te Papa vs Otago Museum

Shimrath Paul, Chief Executive of the Otago Museum; and Seddon Bennington, Chief Executive of Te Papa

9:30 Biofuels

George Monbiot, best selling author, Guardian newspaper columnist and outspoken environmentalist

9:30 Ritalin

Dr John Skinner, Paediatric Cardiologist and children's heart rhythm expert; and Dr Tony Hanne, Auckland GP specialising in ADHD

9:45 UK correspondent Matthew Parris

10:05 TV wildlife action hero to charity healthcare founder

Stan Brock, founder of Remote Area Medical and former costar of the 1960's tv show Wild Kingdom.See

10:35 Book Review with Laura Fergusson

The Crocus Hour by Charlotte Randall
Published by Penguin Books
ISBN 978 014 300 8972

10:45 Reading: Dances With Marmots by George G. Spearing

Read by Jason Whyte. Episode 4 of 10.

11:05 Maori Issues with Hana O'Regan

Maori educationalist.

11:30 Health Issues with Ron Patterson

Health and Disability Commissioner

11:45 New Technology with Colin Jackson